More than 150 MassDOT and MBTA employees today joined the annual Boston Shines Cleanup Day.
Crews from MassDOT District 6, left, along with other MassDOT and T employees were at work across the city:
-doing clean up work and street sweeping in the South End, South Boston, Dorchester, East Boston and Charlestown
-removing trash in Jamaica Plain
-planting trees along Gallivan Boulevard
-cleaning up Langone Park/Bocce Court and Polcari Playground in the North End
-removing trash and weeds along the I-93 corridor.
The annual two-day event began with the Business Clean Up Day today and continues with the Community Clean Up on Saturday, April 28.
Congratulations and thanks to all for helping make the community more beautiful.
Learn more about Boston Shines.
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